|Name:||Druim Fiaclach East Top|
|Height:||825m / 2707ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1335 Sgurr na Ba Glaise|
|RHB Section:||18A: Moidart and Ardnamurchan|
|Grid ref:||NM799790 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 40|
(1:25k) 390E 398W
|Comments:||New Subsimm Apr 2016|
|Change log:||show changes for this hill entry|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 10 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Another day in the sun - collecting Corbetts and sunburn en route. Days in Moidart don't get much better than this.||summitter||26/03/2017|
|A substantial tower when seen from the main ridge. I was convinced that it would qualify as a full Simm but the altimeter registered it as marginal at best||Colin Crawford||13/05/2016|
|On a backpack thru w Jenx. A fine range with great tops||nordicstar||27/08/2006|
|Solo. From Lochailort Railway Station, having taken train from Glenfinnan. Finished at Glenfinnan at 1:50am. Traverse of five Corbetts and sundry tops. From summit of Sgùrr na Bà Glaise went along An t-Slat-bheinn and over Drum Fiaclach via SW and ESE ridges – the latter in particular having towers and pinnacles with some scrambling – easy. There were quite a few snowfields between Sgùrr na Bà Glaise and Druim Fiaclach – some unavoidable. Where the ESE ridge of Druim Fiaclach becomes very steep I went NE to NE side of the deep defile carrying a burn. Hence directly to summit of Beinn Mhic Cèdidh.||pwbellarby||10/04/1995|